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Paul Browde and Murray Nossel - Monday, Feb. 28th through Saturday, March 5th, 2011

Paul Browde and Murray Nossel

Creative Dialogue: What Does One Life Really Mean? Monday, February 28, 2011 7:00 pm - Robert and Arlene Kogod Studio Theatre

Two Men Talking Thursday, March 3 Friday, March 4 Saturday, March 5 8:00 pm - Robert and Arlene Kogod Theatre

Real-life boyhood adversaries and life-long friends Paul Browde and Murray Nossel come to the the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center for a series of discussions on the healing power of narrative. In their Creative Dialogue: What Does One Life Really Mean?, Browde and Nossel will engage the audience in a discussion on the value of both telling our own stories and listening to those of others. In their critically acclaimed show Two Men Talking, Browde and Nossel connect with audiences through the sharing of stories from their lives as schoolboys in South Africa to their experiences as medical professionals and actors in New York City. Learn more about Paul Browde and Murray Nossel and their philosophy of healing through heartfelt exchange:

  Articles and websites with more information on Browde, Nossel, and the history behind Two Men Talking